Understanding The California Family Rights Act
The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) allows for up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave who are expectant parents, dealing with a pregnancy complication, adopting a child, taking paternity leave or struggling with health problems suffered by the child and/or employee.
For an employer to tamper with this employee right in any way would carry serious consequences, including money damages. If your Central Coast company has been accused of a CFRA irregularity of any kind by an employee, you need experienced employer legal defense representation in your corner — and you need it now.
At the Anticouni & Ricotta law firm in Santa Barbara, our founding attorney Bruce Anticouni offers every benefit of his 48 years of employment law experience. He leads a team of lawyers that is dedicated to putting any employer legal crisis behind you, with your rights and reputation left intact.
Contact Anticouni & Ricotta To Discuss Your CFRA Employer Rights Issues
Do you represent a corporate, governmental, nonprofit or religious organization with 50 or more full- or part-time employees? Is that organization with a worker whose unpaid family leave has allegedly been disrespected, ignored or abused? Did an employee fail to submit reasonable written notice of the need for family leave? Are you being accused of failure to partially contribute financially to the plan?
If so, you should be in touch with our law firm immediately. We have generated a recognized track record of success in these cases.